Nick Schulz

Fellow, American Enterprise Institute

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DeWitt Wallace Fellow in Entrepreneurship and Technology at American Enterprise Institute and editor of its online magazine; co-author of From Poverty to Prosperity: Intangible Assets, Hidden Liabilities and the Lasting Triumph over Scarcity

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The day after his  White House job summit , President Obama got unexpected good news today, a  modest decline  in the rate of unemployment.

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